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  • Special Edition, Compendium of Innovative Practice: Learning Development in a Time of Disruption
    No. 22 (2021)

    This special issue is a collection of brief reflections on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on teaching and learning in HE. The Compendium records the experiences of a wide range of scholars and academic practitioners, including learning developers, educational developers, lecturers and tutors, and the ways they responded to the emergency move to online teaching. It contains 102 short pieces organised into eleven thematic sections that explore different challenges posed by the pandemic while proposing recommendations for future innovative practice in global HE.

  • Special Edition, ALDinHE Conference 2020
    No. 19 (2020)

    A selection of papers presented as part of the LD@3 webinar series, which replaced the annual ALDinHE Conference during the spring of 2020

  • No. 16 (2019)
    This issue contains a range of articles, including a number of papers from the ALDinHE conference 2019, held at the University of Exeter in April 2019.
  • logo Special Edition, Academic Literacies
    No. 15 (2019)

    A special edition of JLDHE to mark twenty years since the publication of Lea and Street's seminal paper 'Student writing in higher education: an academic literacies approach' (1998)

  • Special Edition: ALDinHE Conference 2018
    A selection of papers presented at the 2018 ALDinHE Conference, held at the University of Leicester March 26-28 2018
  • Special Edition: Academic Peer Learning (Part II)
    Peer Learning in Higher Education has seen significant growth in the UK and internationally over the last decade and there have been many innovative developments of models that use higher year peers to support the academic and personal development of lower year students. These are variously referred to as PAL (Peer Assisted Learning), PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) and SI (Supplemental Instruction).
    This second part of the JLDHE special edition presents a further opportunity to showcase models of academic peer learning and to publish research, evolving innovative practice, case studies and proposed new methods and models.
  • Special Edition: Academic Peer Learning

    Peer Learning in Higher Education has seen significant growth in the UK and internationally over the last decade and there have been many innovative developments of models that use higher year peers to support the academic and personal development of lower year students. These are variously referred to as PAL (Peer Assisted Learning), PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) and SI (Supplemental Instruction).

    This JLDHE special edition presents an opportunity to showcase models of academic peer learning and to publish research, evolving innovative practice, case studies and proposed new methods and models.

  • Special Edition: Digital Technologies in Learning Development

    Digital technologies are pervasive in every aspect of Higher Education, and though their use is undoubtedly common in learning development activities, this field is underreported as an area of expertise.This Special Edition of the JLDHE focuses on ways in which digital technologies are used in the work of learning developers, academic teaching staff or other practitioners seeking to improve student learning. This focus has been chosen because of the large number of technology-related submissions we receive.
  • Special Edition: Developing Writing in STEM Disciplines

    Research papers and case studies relating to STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) prompted by the National HE STEM Programme Project ââ¬ËDeveloping Writing in STEM Disciplinesââ¬â¢ http://go.bath.ac.uk/stemwriting

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